We have 3 prints we like that are 600wx750h and a wall that may fit the bill... but not sure and if so what height/postion for this wall 5.5m long...
I would position artwork above lounge. Centre of artwork at eyesight height. Approx 1600mm. With about 200mm between each frame.
As per dreamer. If you feel this is unbalanced you may want a bigger pic above chair
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Thank you both.
Without seeing the whole room , I'd be more inclined to put 2 pictures on that visible wall , it looks to be approx 4.5 metres , so approx 1 metre in from each end , that would give approx 1 metre between the 2 pics .
The 3rd I would put on the 'other' wall , again about 1 metre in from that standard lamp , or maybe 'balanced' in the middle depending on the length of that wall .
I feel that would balance the whole room more .
I'd have a really large piece of work.
I'd put them in a row as suggested, but I'd pick out a suitable colour - say, a lighter version of the turquoise with a slight grey tinge, and paint the wall behind. If you like your art work, just give it a home that makes it look as if everything came from them. the neutral colours of your furniture would go well with them.
Try cutting bits of brown paper the same size as your pictures and place them on the walls with blue tack and play around with positioning.
Definitely on the long wall seen in your photo. Centre of the artwork should be about 1.5 m from the floor, centre them on the wall with no more than 20cm in between frames . If you wish to add more interest to your room pain that wall in one of the colours in the artwork.
Would the room be more comfortable if you moved the sofa back that's in the centre of the room, and centred the other against the wall?
Have the grey occasional chair beside the floor lamp to give it context
Then hang the paintings in the centre of the wall above the sofa
Plants always 'fill' a space too
PS since your frames are brown try swapping sofas so brown sofa is under the prints may look more cohesive.
The framed artwork are great pieces and will look lovely on this wall. As your furniture is off to one side rather than centred to the wall, you’ll be needing to place your artwork centre to the sofa against the wall.
In my line of work, I favour hanging artwork with their centre most points at eye level so as I walk into a room I see the art and can read the room with all its décor in a cohesive manner.
From your images provided I would suggest hanging each piece at the very least 200mm apart, their centre-most point at 1500-1600mm and ensuring you have a space between the top most point of your sofa and the bottom of your artwork. The key is to not hang your art too high and close to the ceiling, as this can make your room look askew, or hand them too low and make your room look squished.
Introducing a tall plant in the area around your armchair and side table will help balance the large wall or you could always hang a mirror or another piece of art of a large scale to your 3 prints.
Hansel Gretel Australia